Case study: patient-led safety survey

Case Studies, Patient Focused Reports | Published: 16 Dec 2015

This 2015 case study from Peterborough and Stamford NHS Hospitals Trust demonstrates active PPI within their clinical audit programme by encouraging lay volunteers to receive training and attend meetings they were then confident and capable to champion a patient Safety Survey in the Trust collecting data and presenting the results.

Outcomes from the project include increased communication awareness and sharing results more openly.

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Case study: patient-led safety survey